Owning the most valuable coins in the world would mean spending millions of dollars. But with this stunning new one-time-only set of half-gram gold coins, you can add 10 of the highest priced coinsin history to your personal collection. Minted in .9999 gold, this unique collection of small gold coins issued by the Solomon Islands pays homage to legendary numismatic rarities such as the 1933 Double Eagle, the Brasher Dubloon, and many more.
1794 Flowing Hair Silver Dollar
The first one-dollar coin issued by the U.S. Mint; only 150 are known to still exist. In 2013, anextremely well-preserved specimen sold at auction for a record $10, 016,875!
1933 Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle
The most famous coin ever minted, the 1933 Gold Double Eagle survivedgovernment confiscation, political intrigue, terrorist attacks, and decades of legal battles to sell for an astounding $7,590,000!
1787 Brasher Doubloon
Before there was a U.S.Mint, a goldsmith named Ephraim Brasher hand-stamped gold coins. Only one coin bearing the minter's intials on the eagle's breastplate still exists and it sold for $7,390,000!
Umayyad Gold Dinar
Minted in 723 AD, this gold dinar from the Ummayad Dynasty - the family of Muhammad, founder of Islam - recently sold at auction for an incredible $6,029,500!
1913 Liberty Head Nickel
During the first year of production for the Buffalo Nickel, 5 coins were accidentally minted with the old Liberty Head obverse. The last specimen of this extreme rarity to be sold went for $5,000,000!
1804 Proof Eagle (1834)
Minted in 1834 but dated 1804, these $10 gold coins were only produced for President Andrew Jackson to give as gifts. Only 3 coins have survived. One sold in 2007 for $5,000,000!
1804 Draped Bust Silver Dollar
Like the 1804 Proof Eagle, the 1804 Draped Bust Silver Dollar was minted to be used as gifts fordiplomats. With only 8 pieces in existence, it's not surprising that one of these silver dollars sold for $4,140,000!
1898 "Single 9" South African
1-Pound Coin (1899) South Africa began minting its own coinage in 1899. When the dies for the 1-pound coin were confiscated, old dies were modified with the new year. One specimen was misprinted. In 2010, this "mistake" sold at auction for $4,000,000!
1792 Birch Cent
In 1792, a British artist named William Russell Birch designed a one-cent coin for the newly created U.S. Mint. It is believed only 8 original coins survived. One of these pennies sold in 2015 for an unbelievable $2,585,000!
1907 "Rolled Edge" Indian Head Eagle
In 1907, Augustus Saint-Gaudens created his Indian HeadEagle with a rounded - or rolled - edge. The design was rejected and all but 50 coins were destroyed. In 2011, one of the surviving specimens sold for $2,185,000!
The common reverse on all of these legal tender coins
Solomon Islands denotes that the coin is legal tender. It Features Ian Rank- Broadley's portrait of Elizabeth II, the Queen of the Solomon Islands and carries the symbolic denomination of 10 Solomon Island Dollars
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